Church Leadership

Our Pastors

Rev. Jonathan Cowan

Jonathan began as an associate minister for Trinity in December 2019. He was installed as minister in 2022. Jonathan grew up on Vancouver Island, BC. Jonathan met his wife, Coralie, at Northwest Baptist College in Langley, B.C. They have been married since 1995 and have been blessed with four children.

God has, in His providence, moved them across North America. Jonathan has served in Baptist denominations in BC, Alberta, and Georgia. Jonathan was ordained in the Southern Baptist Convention in 1998. He received his MDiv from Covenant Seminary (PCA) in St. Louis, Missouri in 2014. He was subsequently installed as a minister in the Canadian Presbytery of the ARP in 2014. He has served in the ARP in New Brunswick and Ontario. It is Jonathan's hope that God can use him to encourage the church in their union with Christ so that we live as salt and light in God's world.

Our Elders

Mr. John Moerman

John has been with Trinity Presbyterian Church since it’s inception in 2003. A lifelong resident of Chatham-Kent, John and his wife Eileen own and operate a farm in the Ridgetown area. There they raised their family of eight children... a family which has grown to include six sons and daughters in law and 18 grandchildren.

John's keen desire is to see a growing worshiping community that actively and joyfully serves the risen Lord Jesus Christ. He serves as elder at Trinity Presbyterian Church to contribute to that community goal.

John is eager to meet with committed believers as well as seekers and skeptics of the Christian Faith. John and Eileen's home is always open for hospitality, fellowship, and friendship.

Mr. Henry VanTil

Henry is a life long resident of Chatham Kent, having grown up on a farm in the Rondeau area. He and his wife Joanne currently own and operate that same farm as a turkey, hog, and cash crop operation. Raising six children there, five have gone on so far to careers and further education. Henry enjoys farming, reading, sports of all kinds, as well as spending time outdoors with his family. His work as elder revolves around a desire to see the kingdom of God grow in the community of Chatham-Kent.

Our Diaconate

Ken Drouillard